You can sit and watch a race. Or you can be part of it. You can cheer to sporty competition. Or you can compete yourself in high-performance sports cars Made in Germany. You can be what most people only dream of: a race driver.
Welcome to the Porsche Driving Experience. This experience will be unforgettable. By improving on your driving safety and by expanding your driving skills. You decide where the journey will go and we will show you how to get there. Step by step.
All trainings take place at the Sepang International Circuit. That’s anything but standard. The main objective is to teach you how to control the dynamics of your car - without the help of electronic aids. Working in small groups with individual attention ensures rapid progress. The only fixed part of the course: driving enjoyment.
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Welcome to the Sepang International Circuit, a motorsport F1 race track which is located near Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The circuit was created by the German designer Hermann Tilke who has built F1 venues all over the world: Shanghai, Valencia and many others.
The main circuit, normally raced in clockwise direction, is 5.543 kilometres long, and is noted for its sweeping corners and wide straights. The layout is quite unusual, with a very long back straight (927 metres) separated from the pit straight by just one very tight hairpin.
The north circuit is also raced in clockwise direction. It is basically the first half of the main circuit. The course is 2.71 kilometres long in total. The south circuit is the other half of the race course. The back straight of the main circuit becomes the pit straight when the south circuit is in use and joins onto the main circuit to form a hairpin turn. Also run clockwise, this circuit is 2.61 kilometres in length.
Besides being the hub for motor racing activities in the region, the bustling Kuala Lumpur city also boast gleaming skyscrapers, colonial architecture, charming locals, and a myriad of natural attractions. Divided into numerous districts, its main hub is called the Golden Triangle which comprises Bukit Bintang, KLCC and Chinatown.
KL is widely recognised for numerous landmarks, including Petronas Twin Towers (the world’s tallest twin skyscrapers), Petaling Street flea market, and the Batu Caves. With frequent sales events throughout the year, expansive shopping malls like Pavilion KL and Suria KLCC are also among the biggest tourist attractions in the city, hosting a wide range of upmarket labels from all over the world. There is also the abundance of gastronomic delights – with thousands of hawker stalls, cafes, and restaurants serving every imaginable type of delicacies.
After dark is when Kuala Lumpur truly comes alive. Popular destination such as Jalan Bukit Bintang and Jan Sultan Ismail offers an abundance of exciting entertainment options for the late-night revellers; from trendy pubs, estro-bar, elegant cafes, to swanky rooftop restaurants where you can enjoy the panoramic views of the city and experience the vibrancy of the city.
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